What it is? What is it good for?
Our association, the Central European Service for Cross-Border Initiatives (CESCI) has been providing technical support for the establishment and development of European Groupings of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) ever since its founding.
During our activities plenty of data, information and knowledge have accumulated about the operation of the EGTCs. As almost one third of the groupings established so far in the EU started their work with Hungarian participation, we consider the dissemination of this knowledge relevant also at the level of the European Union.
The EGTC-monitor offers three sorts of information for the representatives of local and regional municipalities interested in this cooperation form, scientific researchers and experts taking part in policy-making processes:
We make available this dynamic database with the hope that visitors find thereby all information on the Hungarian groupings what they are looking for.